Meadow lodge is one of the highest alpine lodges in Canada, located adjacent to a small lake near the headwaters of the Carrol Creek drainage. The lodge is tucked along the northern flanks of Cupola Peak (2632m), the highest peak in the Esplanades.
North Facing Paradise
Meadow Lodge is the launching pad to some of the steepest and longest runs in the Esplanades. Tremendous alpine skiing can be found right out the back door of the lodge. Numerous, long north facing runs characterize Meadow ski terrain. A short hike to Paradise Ridge is access point for some of the Esplanades best west facing runs. From here you're treated to incredible views of Mt. Sir Sandford which at an elevation of 11,545 ft or 3519 meters is the highest mountain in the entire Selkirk Range.
"Wow!!!!! Meadow is insane! We love it!" Matt Sterbenz, Founder 4FRNT Ski Company, March 2017
|Elevation: 7200 ft / 2200 m||Building: 2 story wood frame, completely renovated Fall 2010|
|Amenities: sauna||Bathrooms: 2 outhouses|
|Water: Stream next to lodge||Heat: wood / propane|
|Occupancy: Self Guided groups have room for 14 people plus 1 GAH custodian. Guided & Catered Group size is 12 people||Communication: radio and limited cellular phone coverage|